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Powerslide 



Accelerate 



Steer Left/Right 
Tilt Back/Forward 



Reset SPARC 
on Track 




Fire Non-Homing 
Weapon (Blue) 

Activate Overshield 
(Yellow) 
Fire Homing 
Weapon (Red) 



Turbo Boost 



Change Camera 
View 

Rear View 



Steer Left/Right 
Tilt Back/ Forward 





Red Power-up: This powers 
your Homing Weapon (B button). 



Blue Power-up: This powers 
your blue Non-Homing Weapon 
(X button). 

Yellow Power-up: This powers 
your Overshield (Y button). 



ST^S Mega-up: This is the equivalent 
f?£a °f getting a red, blue, and yellow 
££■ Power-up all at once. 



Bonus chip: This adds extra 
points to your total. 




0702 Part No. X08-96006 




Microsoft 

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SAFETY INFORMATION 



About Photosensitive Seizures 

A very small percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to certain visual 
images, including flashing lights or patterns that may appear in video games. Even people who 
have no history of seizures or epilepsy may have an undiagnosed condition that can cause these 
"photosensitive epileptic seizures" while watching video games. 

These seizures may have a variety of symptoms, including lightheadedness, altered vision, eye or 
face twitching, jerking or shaking of arms or legs, disorientation, confusion, or momentary loss of 
awareness. Seizures may also cause loss of consciousness or convulsions that can lead to injury 
from falling down or striking nearby objects. 

Immediately stop playing and consult a doctor if you experience any of these symptoms. Parents 
should watch for or ask their children about the above symptoms-children and teenagers are more 
likely than adults to experience these seizures. 

The risk of photosensitive epileptic seizures may be reduced by sitting farther from the television 
screen, using a smaller television screen, playing in a well-lit room, and not playing when you are 
drowsy or fatigued. 

If you or any of your relatives have a history of seizures or epilepsy, consult a doctor before playing. 

Other Important Health and Safety Information The Xbox Instruction Manual contains important 
health and safety information that you should read and understand before using this software. 

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Introduction 2 

Main Menu 3 

Driving Controls 4 

Heads-Up Display (HUD) 6 

On the Track 8 

Tournament 9 

Time Attack 11 

Quick Race 12 

Multiplayer 13 

Character Bios 14 

Track Descriptions 18 

Profiles 22 

Options 23 

Playlist Management 24 

Ghosts/Music Licensing 26 

Credits 27 

Warranty 28 

Tech Support 29 




GETTING STARTED 



Welcome to Quantum Redshift? M 

You don't go this fast. 

We don't care what kind of car you drive or where you 
drive it. We don't care if you're a fighter pilot, a space 
pirate, a skydiver, or some sort of bio-engineered 
cheetah person. You don't go this fast. 

There are a handful of people on Earth who can handle 
these speeds, who can keep their seats clean when the 
world outside the cockpit window starts to blur from 
the sheer freaking velocity. 

And now, for the first time, they're all in one place. A 
world championship has been created for the fastest 
men and women on Earth. It's never been done before, 
kids. It's bigger than you, so don't be ashamed of your 
ignorance. This will explain it all. 

This here, in your untrustworthy little hands, is a taste 
of the glory. 







Main Menu 

You know, it's not as if they just hop in their SPARCs 
and start driving around and frying each other with 
lasers. It's a little more nuanced than that. 

Tournament 

There's a tournament, sure, a world championship, and 
your Aunt Boopie knows about that. 

Time Attack 

And sometimes, maybe a racer will hop in his or her 
ride and just tear buttocks around the track. No 
weapons, no other racers. Just the speed rush 
for companionship. 

Quick Race 

But Quantum Redshift racers also have little private 
runs — no prizes, no world rankings. The point: six 
racers, one track, weapons allowed. 

Multiplayer 

Then, maybe two, or three, or four friends will get 
together for a nice friendly race. 

Options 

A racer has to get everything just so. The right 
tunes, the right HUD settings, keeping up on the 
latest records and standings — it's important stuff, kid. 
Pay attention. 

Demos 

It's a big world. See what other Xbox games are out 
there. 




Driving Controls 

Face it, loser. You're never getting your greasy mitts on 
the control yolk of a Single Person Armed Racing Craft 
(SPARC). You'd probably just smear the thing into a wall 
anyway, so we're all better off. 

But we know you'd high-jump over your grandma for a 
peek inside one of these sweet babies, so peek away. 

Don't drool on the paper, freak. It wrinkles. 






Left Thumbstick 
D-Pad 


Steer Left/Right 
Tilt Back/Forward 


Left Trigger 


Powerslide 


Right Trigger 


Accelerate 


€> 


Turbo Boost 


0) 


Fire Homing Weapon 


© Fire Non-Homing Weapon 





Activate Overshield 


• 


Change Camera View 


o 


Rear View 


START 
BACK 


Pause 

Reset SPARC on Track 





Powerslide 

Steer Left/Right 
Tilt Back/Forward 



Accelerate 



Reset SPARC 
on Track 



Pause 




Steer Left/Right 
Tilt Back/Forward 



Fire Non-Homing 
Weapon (Blue) 

Activate Over- 
shield (Yellow) 
Fire Homing 
Weapon (Red) 

Turbo Boost 



Change Camera 

View 

Rear View 




Tara Vivas 
This is my chance 
put my past behind 
me and move on. 
Don't get in my way. 




Heads-Up Display (HUD) 

Your Quantum Redshift heroes don't just look out the 
window and steer. Every SPARC is equipped with a 
Heads-Up Display (HUD) that gives every racer a 
complete picture of his or her speed, weapons, shields, 
and race position. 



Ever wonder what it's like to fly one of these babies? 
Just hold this picture up to your face, and run around 
the room at 900 mph. (For added realism, ask a friend 
to shoot heat-seeking missiles at you.) 



Score 
Shield Status 



Leader Board 



Mini-Map 



■ 



■ 




Weapon Status 

Lap Number 

I — Lap Time 

Warning Indicator 



Targeting Reticule 



Turbo Boost Supply 
Speed 






Ship: Azeman 
Pilot: Tara Vivas 
Weapons: Advanced 
Military 




Prince Yuri Galitz 
You can tell the rabble 



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On the Track 



So maybe you're flying around in your SPARC, and you 
notice all these glowing blobs and objects on the track. 
Those are nuggets of pure goodness, and it's in your 
best interest to plow right through them. 



Red Power-up: This glowing red object 
provides power for your homing weapon 
(B button). 



Blue Power-up: This baby gives you 
juice for your non-homing weapon (X button). 



Yellow Power-up: This powers your 
Overshield (Y button], which protects you 
and helps restore your shields. 







Mega-up: This purple and white star 
is the equivalent of getting a red, blue, and 
yellow Power-up all at once. 



Tournament 

You'll start with access to both the Novice and 
Amateur tournament levels. If you're feeling ambitious, 
try starting with the four-event Amateur tournament. 

Or, to start things off a little easier, try the two-event 
Novice tournament first. This also will give you a couple 
more races to earn cash and upgrade your ship before 
starting the Amateur tournament. 

After you complete the Amateur tournament, you'll 
unlock the four-event Expert tournament. From there, 
you'll face the five-event Master tournament. 

The toughest level of competition is the Redshift 
tournament. 

Of course, as you advance through the tournaments, 
you'll face tougher competition and faster top speeds. 

Nemesis Challenge 

When competing in the Amateur, Expert, Master, 
or Redshift tournaments, you'll face a Nemesis 
Challenge — a one-on-one race with your character's 
nemesis. Winning any of these tournaments unlocks 
your character's nemesis. 




Bonus chip: This adds precious points to 
your total, which you can convert to cash 
after races to augment your ship's turbo, 
weapons, and shield systems. 



Pilot 



Ship: Zaitys 
Pilot: Prince Yuri 
Galitz 
Weapons: Corrosives 






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Kumiko IMikaido 
I will win to honor 
father, my countr 
and my fans! 




Augmenting Your Ship 

In an effort to make things fair for the, well, less 
generously sponsored racers, the rules of the World 
Championship dictate that every SPARC must start with 
standard, Level 1 weapons, turbo boost, and shield 
systems. Racers can upgrade their ships only with the 
prize money they earn during the tournament. 

Aside from winning events, racers can earn more loot 
by collecting objects on the track and through "success- 
ful deployment of ship weapons against opponents." 



Y'know — blowin 5 stuff up. 



Time Attack 

When not participating in tournaments, racers spend 
countless hours on the track, working to shave every 
nanosecond off their best times. 

These solitary training sessions give racers a chance 
to hone their piloting skills without the distraction of 
other drivers or weaponry. Some racers say they enjoy 
these training sessions almost as much as actual 
competition. 

says the United Kingdom's 

Marcus Appleton. "No 
weapons, no explosions, 
no power-ups to distract 

I can just push the 
envelope and lose myself 
in the velocity." 






"It's a nice change, 





Ship: Ki-Rin 
Pilot: Kumiko 
IMikaido 
Weapons: Electronic 






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Zaki Shaheen 
None may best me. 
I am the strongest 
racer in the world! 



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Quick Race 



Though not officially sanctioned or sponsored, racers 
often have short single-race events on their home 
tracks. This is a good opportunity for the racers to 
size each other up and get some practice when not in 
tournament competition. 

Although the racers don't earn money in these single- 
race events, they are allowed to use weapons, and 
the tracks are supplied with weapon power-ups. In 
keeping with custom, single races have six participants, 
including the host racer. 






Multiplayer 

Let's say you have friends. Close your eyes, and just go 
along with it, ok? 

So, let's say you had one, or two, or even (dare to 
dream) three friends, and you all owned SPARCs, 
and you wanted to take them out for a friendly little 
competitive spin. You know, fly around at the speed of 
sound and fire plasma weapons at one another. Good 
clean fun. 

Multiplayer mode lets you play up to four player split- 
screen with the unlocked characters of your choice. 



Ship: Mafdet 
Pilot: Zaki Shaheen 
Weapons: Thermal 




Jordan Reynolds 
Finally, a World Cham- 



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can stop hoi 
back now. 



Character Bios 




Tara Vivas 

Come on. Pop queen, about a quadrillion albums 
sold, Tara Vivas was the woman every teenage 
girl wanted to be, and the one every teen- 
age guy just plain wanted. Her singing career 
crashed, literally, a few years ago, when she 
lost control of her hovercar and collided with 
another vehicle, killing the parents of a young 
girl named Alicia Waverly. 

Tara slowly built a new career as a Quantum 
Redshift racer but, last year, lost the North 
American crown to a certain upstart racer 
named — yeah — Alicia Waverly. Think 
there's a grudge here? 



So, this guy says he's the last 
descendant of the Czars of Russia, 
and no, that's not the name of a band. 
Other people say he's just a crime lord 
with lots of money (enough to buy his 
own personal kingdom in the mother 
country). I'm sure he's just a really nice, 
misunderstood guy. (Sucking up never hurts, 
my friends. Say it with me now). 

Superstitious by nature, "Prince" Yuri believes 
the World Championship is his destiny. 



Kumiko Nikaido 

I've been to Japan, and lemme tell you, you can't swing 
a dead anything around without smacking it into a 
picture of Kumiko Nikaido. The woman has her own 
national holiday, folks. I don't make this stuff up. 

She's even more popular than her dad, Shingen, 
who had a massive run as Japan's national Quantum 
Redshift champion back in the golden days. And she's 
way more popular than her sister, Ami, who went 
rotten cuz her dad never hugged her enough. Or 
something. I'm not, like, a shrink here. 

Zaki Shaheen 

Here's a weird story. This college kid is on a dig in 
some tomb in Egypt, and a sandstorm comes up and 
blows him into the desert. Everyone thinks he's dead. 
Then — wham. He walks back into civilization years later. 
This is Zaki Shaheen. 



Zaki, who was an amateur Quantum 
Redshift enthusiast before the storm, 
claims his inheritance (and yeah, it's 
more than you're getting) and goes 
full bore into the sport, maintaining 
that his time in the desert made him 
tougher and more deserving of victory 
than anyone on Earth. 

And if that's not weird enough, now there's 
this guy in a Pharaoh mask who keeps 
popping up at races and basically trying to 
run him into the ground. Is my life this 
interesting? No. 







Ship: Talamur 
Pilot: Jordan Reynolds 

Weapons: Plasma 




Marcus Appleton 
All I know is the 
first one to the 
end wins. It's not 
rocket science. 



Jordan Reynolds 

This is Australia's golden girl, a long-time 
national champion, and probably the 
most recognizable face in racing today. 
That midriff-baring racing suit doesn't 
hurt, either. 

She's also more heavily involved with 
racing politics than most of her peers, 
leading a public crusade against the 
lower, unsanctioned "blood" circuits. 

This crackdown included the indictment 

of Cassandra Foxton, mother of Kiri 

Foxton. Some less charitable people 

might say it was a convenient way 

for Jordan to knock Kiri out of last year's Austra- 
lian National Championship. 

Marcus Appleton 

Here's a guy who started off as the mechanic 
for Jaya Kushala, the one-time Quantum 
Redshift national champion in the UK, and 
then ended up moving from her garage to 
her bedroom. And she sure doesn't keep 
her SPARC in there. 

Then — THEN — he starts racing on his own 
and beats Jaya on the track at the last 
UK National Championship. Two words 
for you: Cut. Off. 




CHARACTERS 



Leah Mathias 

If you know who Leah Mathias is, then you either feel 
sorry for her or you're just kinda sick of her. On one 
hand, she lost her boyfriend a few years ago when 
former German national Quantum Redshift champion 
Max Steinhauer, well, blew him up (which wasn't 
actually the problem. The poor sap's emergency pop 
cage never activated.) 

But the woman never smiles, never says anything 
to the press, and totally ignores her fans and 
supporters. She just races and races and frowns 
a lot. I mean, really, move on already. 

Ka Hekili 

Ok, so, I'm not saying anything bad about 
this guy. First of all, he's about seven feet 
tall and a gazillion pounds. And secondly, 
rumor has it that he runs some sort 
of cult/criminal empire on his island 
(yeah — he owns an island. Do you 
own an island?). 

But, when I say gazillion pounds and 
cult/criminal empire, I mean that all 
in the nicest way. And then there's 
the rumors about the giant alien 
cyborg thing that's trying to kill him. 

Again, not that there's anything bad 
about that. 




Ship: Loogaroo 
Pilot: Marcus Appleton 
Weapons: Sonic 




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Leah Mathias 
I have nothing to 
say. Pleas 
alon 





Track Descriptions 

Silver Rock Canyon 

This is Tara Vivas' home track, 
located in Silver Rock National 
Park in New Mexico. It's 
an amazing work of art, 
complete with a big loop-de- 
loop. But, it might violate 
some sort of zoning law to 
build a giant metal and 
concrete racetrack in the middle of a national park. 

Kalau Wastelands 

This place is definitely a waste- 
land, but the north Siberian 
territory of Kalau is where 
Prince Yuri Galitz built his 
palace and home course. 
Formerly a sub-critical nuclear 
test area, certain parts of the 
Kalau are still off limits, although 
the zone containing the raceway 
has been certified as "Within 
Acceptable Radioisotope Limits." 

Three-headed fish? What three-headed fish? 





Fuusoku City 

Before Tokyo got turned into 
the word's biggest petri dish 
in 2042, the track at Fuusoku 
City seemed like a waste of 
time. Everyone knew Tokyo was 
the place to race in Japan. 

A few trillion microbes later, Tokyo wasn't looking quite 
so hospitable, and Fuusoku has enjoyed a huge upswing 
in popularity as Kumiko Nikaido's home track. 

Flames of Ra ^^ 

Located in Egypt, the Flames 
of Ra Raceway is the home 
track of Egyptian Champion 
Zaki Shaheen. It's nestled in 
the heart of Giza, but you might 
notice one extra pyramid — a 
big shiny glass and metal one. 
That's where Zaki lives. 





Ship: Tatzlwurm 
Pilot: Leah Mathias 
Weapons: Ice 




Ka Heki 
You are all fo 



will crush you like 
insects! 





Solar City 

Sometimes referred to as 
"Hong Kong Down Under," 
Solar City has a little of 
everything to offer and a lot 
of Pacific Asian flavor. It also 
now houses a giant spaceport, 
which seems to be interfering 
with the local raceway. 

If a compromise between the racing community and the 
spaceport can't be found, Jordan Reynolds might need 
to find a new place to call home. 

Brackenstowe Vale 

Located in the glorious Lake 
District, Brackenstowe Vale is 
the track for water specialists. 

In fact, the heavy terrain 

bias of the track has caused 

heated debate as to whether 

it even should be included in a 

world championship — to which Marcus Appleton's 

response has been: "Get a better ship." 





Mount Grauen 

This track is unusual, because 
there are relatively few artificial 
surfaces. Mount Grauen is suited 
perfectly to Leah Mathias' light, 
off-road optimized vehicle. 

Despite her undeniable success 
on "The Mountain," Leah has a 
love-hate relationship with her 
home course, as this was where her 
fiance died while racing Max Steinhauer. 

Draco Island 

Ten years ago, the Pacific 

island of Draco awoke from 

its slumber and spewed a 

fiery column into the sky, 

raining lava into the ocean 

and declaring its presence in 

spectacular style. Not, as most 

would say, the best time to buy the island. 

But, that's precisely what the extraordinary Ka Hekili 
did. The multi-billionaire pilot spent a fortune acquiring 
Draco and converting it into a private playground 
and track. 




Ship: Na Kika 
Pilot: Ka Hekili 
Weapons: Lava 




I Silver Rock Canyon 
Home of Tara Vlva~ 



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Profiles 

Your profile is like your personal racing dossier. It 
saves all of your options, Tournament progress, and 
everything you've unlocked in the game to one place 
under a name you choose. 

If you want to start at any time with a fresh slate, you 
can create a new profile. 

Your profile makes it possible 
for you and your friends, family, 
housemates — whatever — to play 
Quantum Redshift without 
messing up each other's 
progress. 

The first time you start a 
game, you'll be asked to 
create a profile. From then 
on, to make a new profile 
or delete an old one, press 
the B button while on the 
Main Menu. 



Options 

Use the Options menu to customize game and sound 
settings, view track records, or meet the team behind 
Quantum Redshift. 

Game Settings 

Use this menu to set the number of laps in Multiplayer 
mode, HUD type, brightness, speed-unit settings (km/h 
or mph), or to turn controller vibration on or off. 

Sound 

Use this menu to optimize sound for headphones, or to 
change your music, environmental sound effects (SFX), 
or engine volume. 







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Playlist Management 

Quantum Redshift has a ridiculously cool soundtrack 
by none other than Junkie XL. But, maybe you like 
racing to banjo music. Fine then, make your own 
custom soundtrack. 

You can customize your music selection and add your 
own music using the Music Playlist controls. 

To activate your custom playlist 

1 . From the Main Menu, select Options, then Sound 
Settings, and then Music Options. 

2. Highlight Music Source, and select Custom. 

3. Select Edit Custom Playlist to add or remove songs 
from your playlist. 

To add music to your playlist 

1 . In the right column, highlight the song you want to 
add. You can press the Y button to preview 

the song. 

2. Press the A button to add that song to your playlist. 
The song will be added to the left column, which 
shows your active playlist. 

3. Continue to add songs to your playlist by repeating 
steps 1 and 2. 

4. When you're finished, press the B button to exit the 
Music Playlist. 



To remove music from your playlist 

1 . In the left column, highlight the song you want to 
remove. You can press the Y button to preview 
the song. 

2. Press the A button to remove that song from your 
playlist. The song will be added to the right column, 
which shows available songs that are not in your 
active playlist. 

3. Continue to remove songs from your playlist by 
repeating steps 1 and 2. 

4. When you're finished, press the B button to exit the 
Music Playlist. 



For information on copying tracks from audio CDs, 
consult your Xbox instruction manual. 



Flames of Ra 
of Zaki Shaheen 




Solar CL, 
Home of Jord 
Reynolds 



GHOSTS/MUSIC/CREDITS 




Ghosts are created in Time Attack mode. You zip 
around the track as many times as you want, and when 
you're done, you'll be asked if you want to save a ghost. 
Follow your heart. 

Next time you try a Time Attack on that track, you can 
race against your saved ghost, even if it's a different 
character. 

You also can get rid of ghosts by selecting Options from 
the Main Menu, and then selecting Ghost Data. Pick 
the ghost you want exorcised, and press the X button. 




Music Licensing 

Featuring musical score by Junkie XL. Composed by Tom Holkenborg, 
published by Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc., (BMI) o/b/o Roadcrew 
Music, Inc. Courtesy of Roadrunner Records, Inc. All rights reserved. Used 
by Permission. 

"Crusher" performed by Junkie XL. Composed by Tom Holkenborg, 
published by Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc., (BMI) o/b/o Roadcrew 
Music, Inc. Courtesy of Roadrunner Records, Inc. All rights reserved. Used 
by Permission. 



Concept, Design & 
Development 

Curly Monsters Ltd. 
Curly Monsters are 

Nick Burcombe 
Lee Cams 
Martin Linklater 
Chris Roberts 
Andy Satterthwaite 
Neil Thompson 
Paul Bahr-Naylor 
Andrew McMaster 
Jon Dugdale 

... and here's 
what we did 

Art 

Lee Cams 
Neil Thompson 
Paul Bahr-Naylor 
Jon Dugdale 
Programming 
Martin Linklater 
Chris Roberts 
Andrew McMaster 
Game Design 
Nick Burcombe 
Andy Satterthwaite 
Production 
Andy Satterthwaite 
Character Concepts 
Curly Monsters 

Story & Scripting 
Concepts 

Curly Monsters 
Character Models 

Satoshi Ueda 

Motion Capture 
& Characters' 
Connections 

Motek BV Amsterdam 
Motek team 



Yotam Bahat 
Jasper Brekelmans 
Oshri Even-Zohar 
Miranda Lonink 
Winet Van Den Akker 
Bart Wijsman 
Stijn Windig 
An extra special thanks 
to our partners 
Kelly Cams 
Terri Wilson 
Sarah Satterthwaite 
Clair Thompson 
Bev Guthrie 
Yvonne Murphy 
Samantha Dugdale 

Microsoft 

Program Manager 
David Bridgham 
Software Test Lead 
Jeff Shea 
Art Director 
Kiki Wolfkill 
Audio Director 
Matthew Lee Johnston 
Content Lead 
Bryan Howell 
Technical Editor 
Beth Demetrescu 
Product Planner 
Walter Kong 
Lead Product Manager 
Raja Subramoni 
IP Development 
Brannon BorenO 
Test Team 
Kevin Darby 
Mike Yriondo 
Chris Hanks O 
Chris Phillips O 
Matthew KangasO 



Mark Sundlie O 

Scott CatlinO 

Usability Engineer 

Bruce Phillips 

Localization 

Jenni Gant# 

Kazuyuki Shibuya 

Kai Gushima 

Hiroyasu Mimura 

JPN Test Team 

Development Lead 

Andrew Kertesz 

Development 

Phil Teschner 

Art 

Jennie Chan 

Patrick Shettlesworth 

Todd Lubsen 

Vic Bonilla Carrillo 

Print Production 

Chris Lassen O 

Audio 

Peter Comley 

Tawm Perkowski O 

Soundelux Audio 

Becky Allen 

Amanda Wyatt 

Bryan Celano 

Glynna Grimala 

Pam Aronoff 

Bryan Bowen 

Carole Ruggier 

James Tabb 

Special Thanks: Ed Fries, 
Shane Kim, Pete Parsons, 
AJ Redmer, Bill Nielsen, 
Shannon Loftis. 

See the in-game credits 
for a complete list of the 
Quantum Red shift team 
members! 



O = Volt O = S&T Onsite 
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Brackenstowe Vale 




Home of Marcus Appleton 


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Mount Grau 
Home of Leah 
Mathias 



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Xbox Game Tips (Automated): Available 7 days a week including holidays, 24 hours a day. 

• In the U.S., call 1-900-933-TIPS. $.95 per minute. 

• In Canada, call 1 -900-561 -HINT. $1 .50 (Canadian) per minute. 

Xbox Game Tips (Support Representative): Available 7 days a week including holidays, 6 A.M. to 10 P.M. Pacific time. 

• In the U.S., call 1-900-933-TIPS. $1.40 per minute. 

• In Canada, call 1 -900-561 -HINT. $1 .50 (Canadian) per minute. 

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Call length is determined by user. Messages subject to change without notice. 

Games Technical Support: Available 7 days a week including holidays. 

• In the U.S. or Canada, call 1-800-4MY-XB0X. 
TTY users: 1-866-740-XBOX. 

• In Mexico, call 001-866-745-83-12. 
TTY users: 001-866-251-26-21. 

Note: Game tips are not available from 1-800-4MY-XB0X. You must call Xbox Game Tips (Automated) or Xbox Game 
Tips (Support Representative) for tips, hints, or codes. 

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